Part time cashier (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – August 22, 2016
Completed voluntary customer service training to learn ways to enhance customer satisfaction and improve productivity. Dynamic customer service professional experienced in retail store. Build and maintain enduring customer relationships to boost sales and generate repeat business.
Assistance Manager and Cashier (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – October 29, 2015
At mac's convenience store I learn how to multitask, from taking customers to making a milk order. The most important skill I learned from this job is to how to deal with customers, which is also the most enjoyable part of my workplace. this gives me the opportunity to meet new people everyday. The hardest part of this job is the long hours, since this is a minimum wage job I have to work long hours.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – March 6, 2016
I had nice time working in Mac's store and learned alot in the customer service field. the management was Okay, my co-workers was nice people and the hardest part of my job was to work over nights from 10pm till 10am. the most enjoyable part of my job was to meet and greet my customers and had good times everyday with my customers.
Counter Attendant (Former Employee) – Yellowknife, NT – May 1, 2016
Working at Mac's convenience Store there are days when things become really hectic. The environment was usually fast-paced. The job itself is not hard but it is not easy either but the manager and co-workers are willing to teach you the ropes of how things work and how to process things and steadily you learn how to keep up with the flow of work. The hardest thing you may encounter is that you could possibly be thrown in the fray and it could be very stressful but as with all jobs. It takes time until you get the rhythm. Your co-workers are either you best friends or just part-time acquaintances. Overall, it was an okay job, its a like a gate-way job before you can move on to other things, as it teaches you how to handle customers and test how you handle pressure and etc.
Cashier and Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – June 17, 2016
When I worked for Mac's Convenience Store I worked as a Cashier and Clerk. A typical day for me would be printing labels, handling the atm machine, helping customers around the store and working the cash register. This was my first ever occupation and it helped me grow my work ethic. The hardest part of the job was working for many hours when it was a slow day. The most enjoyable part of my job was the whole experience because it was fun and meeting new people helped me grow my confidence.
Improved my multi-tasking ability. Improved my interpersonal skills in dealing with whole range of customers
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – June 7, 2016
Work is physically and intellectually demanding. I have learned a lot on how to manage multiple tasks at a time without compromising the quality of customer service. I, personally, did not have any issues in getting along with my co-workers
Manager (Former Employee) – High River, AB – May 2, 2016
This job became an exciting adventure when co-workers brought their scheduling problems to my attention. I was able to sell the taking over of scheduling duties to the owner and soon after that taking on all management duties.
customer associate, night maintenance (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – December 4, 2015
I shifted from evening shifts to night maintenance shifts which resulted in me having good customer service skills plus good maintenance and inventory skills.Having experience with both shifts I could easily shift between night and evening shifts.The hardest part of the job was working alone throughout shifts which resulted in a lot of load on the employee, but ultimately it honed my skills even better as we learned the value of time and quality. What i enjoyed most was customer service as it helped me interact with my customers resulting in us both having a good time inside the store.